Service and Therapy Animals: Facts and Information Document List
Updated/Revised Date : 2021-06-17
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Although some of these documents from our Service/Therapy Animals category may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted below by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created.
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List of Service/Therapy Animals Publications:
Daniel Williams writes about his legal entitlement to access public places with his assistance dog under the U.K. Equality Act 2010.
Autism Service Dog delivered to Maeve from Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers to help assist her and better communicate her needs on the spectrum.
Details that look sharp to people may appear blurry to their pets as humans see the world in higher resolution than most animals.
Study reveals dogs which show fear or anxiety when faced with loud or sudden noises should be routinely assessed for pain by veterinarians.
Participants reported significant reductions in stress and increased happiness and energy immediately following the sessions, compared to students who did not spend time at a therapy dog session.
Veterinary Ophthalmologists provide free eye exams to service and working animals through the ACVO®and StokesRx annual event in May.
Preliminary study led by Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine and co-funded by Bayer Animal Health and Human-Animal Bond Research Institute.
NFB statement with regard to the new service and support animal policy announced by Delta Air Lines.
Effective March 1st 2018 Delta Air Lines introduces new requirements for people traveling with service or support animals.
Proposed unique solution to help older adults living alone at home establish new social bonds, by pairing them with homeless foster cats.
Publication of study exploring impact of therapy dog sessions on welfare of dogs involved demonstrates dogs did not show increased stress resulting from therapy visits.
U.S. Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 may impact charities like Canine Companions for Independence that provide life-changing assistance dogs free of charge.
Information regarding the use of domestic cats as therapy animals for seniors, people with both physical and mental disabilities, and children health conditions.
Canine Companions for Independence transforms the lives children, adults and veterans with disabilities by providing trained assistance dogs.
Research reveals declawing cats increases risk of long-term or persistent pain, manifesting as unwanted behaviors such as inappropriate elimination, and aggression/biting.
University of Missouri-Columbia study reveals recommendations for certifying emotional support animals.
Understanding how important an emotional support animal is for someone with anxiety, depression or other mental challenge.
Emotional Support Animals are now used in treatment and considered part of the normal care for a variety of mental health issues.
A list of common misconceptions that the general public has about service dogs including important issues that needs to be addressed.
20 : A Test of Blind Ambition: 3D Soundscape of What it was Like for Paralympian Libby Clegg Growing Up
Video clip features 3D audio and asks the viewer to plug in their headphones and close their eyes to get a sense of what it is like to experience the world without sight.
HABRI findings of new economic study on healthcare cost savings associated with pet ownership.
Justice Department sues Gates-Chili central school district for violating the service animal requirements of the ADA.
Returning from American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards, Service dog is prevented from accompanying Marine on flight home.
New guidance outlines policies regarding use of animals in healthcare facilities, including service animals, research animals and personal pet visitation.
Campaign to educate businesses, Government offices, Fire, Rescue and Police about ADA Law as it applies to service animals.
Growing lawsuits campus administrators of student housing are facing regarding service animals in their premises.
Hundreds of thousands of fake service dog vests, certificates and ID cards are sold every year in the U.S..
As part of the team to clone a dog, Dr. Shin will provide a unique perspective into the realities of canine cloning.
Clinical trial shows benefits of animal-assisted therapy in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatment.
Study shows pets whose rabies vaccination was out-of-date at time of exposure respond well after receiving immediate rabies booster.
Magnolia Paws for Compassion was created to raise awareness of benefit animals can have on people living with epilepsy and seizure disorders.
Warrior Service Dogs will train a veterans own dog to become their service dog or select a dog from a shelter and train it for the veterans specific needs.
Animal-assisted therapy can significantly reduce anxiety, pain, fatigue and depression in people who experience a range of health issues.
Veterinary medicine specialists skilled in behavior research are able to detect individual abnormalities early in therapy dogs.
Parents of kids with autism report benefits of dog ownership included companionship, stress relief and opportunities for their children to learn responsibility.
Information regarding the Prison Pet Partnership Program a model in rehabilitation of female offenders in the criminal justice system in Washington.
Information regarding canine parvovirus a highly contagious disease of dogs includes signs symptoms and treatment of the dog.
Interview with a trainer at The American Canine Academy where Frijole was trained as a Hearing Assistant Dog.
The return of Frijole from training at the American Canine Academy finds him prepared to serve my husband Tom as a hearing assistant dog.
A service dog is one that has been trained or is being trained to assist a person who is physically disabled other than sight or hearing impaired.
Information on service dogs that are trained on an individual basis to perform tasks that assist their handlers with disabilities.
42 : Autism Service Dogs
Service dogs can be trained for some people with autism with the intention of assisting them to gain greater independence.
Ami Moore an emotional assistance service dogs for veterans training expert provides Hounds4Heroes a training program for service dogs at no charge.
After weeks of voting by the American people the names of the nations top dogs are revealed in First-ever American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards.
These Dogs come from a variety of breeds there is no perfect breed or mix of breeds that make the best Therapy Dogs.
CRTASA is a registry service in Canada and the USA providing standardized Photo ID Card system to ease access to public places for people with disabilities and their service animals.
Thames Center Service Dogs are now working with A Circle of Hope Therapy Center where Animal Assisted Therapy is used alongside psychotherapy and physiotherapy.
Pennsylvania Association for the Blind encourages these guidelines and etiquette to follow when encountering guide dogs for the blind.
Pet poison helpline helps educate pet owners on safety of topical flea and tick products.
National nonprofit organization that trains dogs to serve individuals who are deaf or physically disabled.
Pet Poison Helpline is an animal poison control with board-certified internal medicine and emergency critical care specialists.
Decorations plants and food items that the veterinarians at Pet Poison Helpline recommend keeping away from pets.
Questions and answers regarding service animals in places of business including ADA law requirements.
Hazards and poison toxins around the home and garden that can kill or sicken your pets.
The following tips showcase what pet owners should watch out for around Halloween.
24/7 Emergency service for poisoned pet advice for pet owners veterinarians and vets staff who require assistance treating a poisoned pet.
In order to qualify for a service dog clients must provide a letter from a physician or mental health professional.
Guide and assistance dogs have access to public places public passenger vehicles and planes according to Queensland legislation.
I went to a cat rescue center and found Jessie a tortoiseshell cat so frightened and underweight she reminded me of myself.
Southeastern Guide Dogs mission is to create and nurture a partnership between a visually impaired individual and a guide dog.
Guide Dogs for the Blind is recognized worldwide as a model for innovative training and unprecedented support of Guide Dog partnerships.
Many people are interested in volunteering a dog they own for service dog training and this is very commendable.
Many sporting or hunting dog breeds are used for service dog training to help people with a disability or as therapy in hospitals and nursing homes.
Helping Hands trains capuchin monkeys as service animals for quadriplegics in their homes.
65 : Guide Dog Facts
How guides dogs work and what we should be aware of when meeting one in its working environment.
Dogs that are being trained to be seeing eye dogs are taught the proper way to maneuver people safely through obstacles.
Using dogs for Alzheimers patients where dogs are trained to listen to the patient and act when particular words are stated.
History of guide dogs for the visually impaired or blind were first trained in Germany.
Each airline has requirements and certificates in order for your service animal to accompany you while flying.
I saw a lady with a guide dog pass my window and before she had managed to disappear from view she stopped.
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